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I'm working on a project where we use observers to dispatch a chain of jobs whenever a
Volume model is created. While this is great when working on the code base, it can make it a bit difficult to write tests. For example, I want to test one of the jobs in the chain that is dispatched. Specifically, I want to make sure that the job fails when it should, and with the correct message.
So here's what I need the test to do:
JobFailed event so we can assert it was dispatched correctly
Create our model, but while the queue is faked, so the chain of jobs dispatched by the observer will not run
Dispatch the job we want to test
JobFailed event was fired
Here's what the test looked like originally:
I didn't like the idea of having to store the
$queue facade root and then having to replace it after. So I wrapped that up into a package:
Now anytime we need to fake the queue for just a couple of lines, I can use
QueueFake::wrap(). The queue will be faked for the duration of the closure.
Check it out on GitHub: https://github.com/ohseesoftware/laravel-queue-fake
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